Child’s Hope takes time to strategically select programs that are evidence-informed and responds to the needs of Out-Wayne County families and children of ALL colors.  Through a racial equity lens we ensure that we do not leave anyone behind.

Education is Prevention
Strengthening Families is Prevention

Research we're guided by...


Talk, Protect, Report
Stewards of Children

Evidence-informed sexual abuse prevention trainings for professionals, adults, and children.  

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This activity supports all day adult-child engagement using literacy activities that build social-emotional support and language development in school and at home. 


Funded, by the PNC Foundation and Metro West Credit Unions.

Our online resource hub for those seeking neglect prevention assistance in Out-Wayne County cities.


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Statewide Collaborations


Child's Hope participates in a number of activities in support of children's well-being throughout the year (i.e. CTF's Day at the Capitol, Pinwheels for Prevention, and Parenting Awareness Month)

Infant Safe Sleep

Child's Hope works with other safe sleep initiatives to provide sleep sacks, safe sleep books, and other educational information to new moms and dads to prevent infants from dying from unsafe sleep practices.  

Who is Considered a Mandated Reporter?

(1) An individual is required to report under this act as follows:

(a) A physician, dentist, physician’s assistant, registered dental hygienist, medical examiner, nurse, person licensed to provide emergency medical care, audiologist, psychologist, marriage and family therapist, licensed professional counselor, social worker, registered social service technician, social service technician, a person employed in a professional capacity in any office of the friend of the court, school administrator, school counselor or teacher, law enforcement officer, member of the clergy, or regulated child care provider who has reasonable cause to suspect child abuse or child neglect shall make an immediate report to centralized intake/CPS at (855)444-3911

Baby Siblings

Tap the link below for the full Child Protection Law...